Between quarantine and virtual college, you might not have had the chance to physically hang out with your BFFs in months. Instead, you've had to get creative, using the duet feature on TikTok to record videos together, and participating in trends like "pass the phone." Luckily, your reunion is getting a lot closer, and TikTok's viral eye-to-eye challenge will make sure it's filled with wholesome fun.
This reunion has been a long time coming, but is likely owed to the fact that you and your friends are finally vaccinated. You've received the required amount of vaccine doses and completed the necessary waiting period as directed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC notes that when you complete the waiting period, you're officially considered "fully vaccinated," and can hang out with your BFFs who are also fully vaccinated without a mask. (You still have to wear a mask in a public setting, though!) That means you can record TikTok's viral eye-to-eye challenge, which requires your crew to be in one room.
The challenge starts by placing a phone on the floor with the camera facing up. Your crew then stands in a circle around the phone and looks down at the camera. On your mark, everyone looks at someone else in the circle. The ultimate goal is to not make eye contact with someone else. If you do make eye contact with anyone else in the circle, you're eliminated, and the challenge moves to the next round. By the end of the challenge, there's one or two people left who are crowned the winners. From there, you clip the exact moments in each video where your crew looked up, and put it to "Down"by Jay Sean. These eye-to-eye challenge TikToks are sweet examples to follow, and a sneak peek at the wholesome fun to come.